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Disc Golf tips and advice from 2010 Pro World Champion Eric McCabe. You can submit your Disc Golf questions at www.DiscGolfAnswerman.com and have them answered on the podcast.
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We discuss unintended moments from staying at home during the COVID-19 Pandemic. 
Bobby explains a problem with Disc Golf Holes.
Danny gives his thoughts on practicing vs just playing disc golf. 
Robert and Bobby are broadcasting from the McCall's basement for episode 309 of the Disc Golf Answer Man. 
The question of the month for our touring players is about their putting routine. Be sure to follow Zach Melton on Instagram @zmelton38631 Check Dynamic Discs or other disc golf retailers for the Lucid-X Maverick.
The question of the month for our touring players is about their putting routine.  Be sure to follow Paige Shue on Instagram @paigeshue33833. Check Dynamic Discs or other disc golf pro shops for the Lucid-X Sheriff.
DGAM 308 AASS

DGAM 308 AASS

2020-03-2725:49

It's the After After Show Show. We talk a little bit about what we have been up to during this time of working from home. 
We have Danny and Anthony joining us for our Disc Golf Hot Takes.  This week Danny gives us a suggestion on pars. 
Bobby and Robert are recording from home again with Eric calling in.  Thank you for continuing to send in your questions and listening. 
The question of the month for our touring players is about their putting routine.  Be sure to follow Eric Oakley on Instagram @theericoakley Check Dynamic Discs or your favorite retailer for the Lucid-X Felon.
In this After After Show Show we discuss Brodie Smith's impact on view counts for 2020 WACO. 
This episode of On the Call features Waco Annual Charity Open champion, Colten Montgomery. Colten and Robert discuss Colten's mentality after an incredibly hot start to his first round followed by some struggles, then they dive into his new cell phone strategy for the second and final round. Colten has such an interesting take on the mental side of disc golf, and he's got the skills to match! Give the episode a listen and follow Colten on Instagram at @cmonty35876.
Bobby gives his thoughts on Disc Golf Honors. PDGA Rule reference - 802.02 Order of Play Disc Golf Hot Takes is a show is produced with the purpose of attracting attention to a particular subject and perhaps cause controversy. Please keep in mind that we argue certain points for fun and do not necessarily agree with the Disc Golf Hot Take. 
COVID-19 guidance has some of us working from home at Dynamic Discs. Bobby and Robert meet up at Robert's home to make sure we bring you the Disc Golf Answer Man.  Let's answer some disc golf questions. Be sure to subscribe to Disc Golf Audio on your favorite podcast app so you never miss an episode. 
The question of the month for our touring players is about their putting routine.  Be sure to follow A.J. Risley on Instagram @rizbeejr Check Dynamic Discs or other disc golf retailers for the Lucid-X Warden.
Questions we answered in this episode: What is up my friends?!, I have been playing disc golf a ton for the past two years, throwing the best plastic in the world made by Lat 64. I am finally feeling like I am ready to play my first tournament, and there is an amateur match play bracket near me, I know this is different than a normal tournament, however, I really would love to try it out. What do you guys think about doing an am match play bracket as my first tournament? Thank you for making my Tuesdays so much fun, and all the other days. Proud to throw the best discs in the world. Keep it real, and keep it groovy homies I currently max out my drives at about 300 ft. And my goal is to eventually be able to hit 400. I have been trying to find as much time as possible to work on my form and field practice. I have not seen much improvement at the rate I am going which is about  an hour 2 days a week. Am I practicing too few and too far between you make much progress? how much time for a week would I need to dedicate to fieldwork start seeing some improvement? Do you think, as the current pros we know and love and support, grow older that there might be an increase in the interest of Masters 40 and above coverage in the future of the sport? Hey DGAM Fam, not sure about the ruling on this. I was playing on a card where a players throw went down into a cluster of bushes and couldn’t be found. The player went to throw from his last lie while we kept looking. We found his disc but it was after he threw his shot from the previous lie. My card mates said he could throw from his lost disc without penalty because he hasn’t thrown his next shot. Is this the correct ruling? My million dollar question has to deal with power and accuracy. I can not grasp the concept of throwing with power and being accurate. It seems that if I want to be accurate with my throw, I have to cut down my strength by 50%. Are there any tips or exercises that you recommend in order to be accurate and throw with full strength? Also I can’t throw far in general. I probably get around 200-250ft. Still working on that. I recently played in a tournament round that was very much a tail of two halves. My first 9 holes felt fantastic and everything was firing on all cylinders. On hole 10, there was about a 30 minute back up. After this, my back 9 holes were awful. I started missing simple shots that I normally make, and could not catch a break to save my life. The main reasons I can think of are that I was tired from sitting around and no longer had the adrenaline or mental momentum that I had on the front half of the course. How do you guys suggest to prevent this from happening? I am a Third-year player (MA50/MA2) and a local business wants to cover my tourney fees, so the question is, if the local business (Crafty Ales and Lagers---best beer around) pays my entry fees, do I still have Amateur status? when approaching a shot that requires the disc to finish to the right(I am a right handed player) what makes the decision between throwing a forehand vs a backhand anhyzer? Hey Slick Breeze, McHair, McTruth, thanks for all you do.  Just wondering if the GBO is going to consider following the pro tour model of having the FPO tee off after MPO this year? Thoughts? P.S. lucidX wardens are absolutely perfect!
The question of the month for our touring players is about their putting routine.  Be sure to follow Chris Clemons on Instagram @ddclemonade.  Check Dynamic Discs or your favorite retailer for the Lucid-X Verdict.
JRay has been driving one of the Dynamic Discs RV's for many years now! Bobby catches up with him and chats about his 2020 season plans, 3 tips for other TD's, and an embarrassing story about a not to be named touring pro! Follow JRay: https://www.instagram.com/jraydynamic/ https://www.facebook.com/DynamicDiscsChasinTheChains/
Filling in for Eric, Anthony says that open style courses are far superior to heavily wooded courses and if we are trying to grow the sport we need to move towards only having tour events on open style courses.
Questions we answered on this episode: 305   How often does the "status" (popularity) of a player influence whether or not they are granted entry into a tournament if they didn't sign up on time? I watched the interview with Drew Gibson after a debate online and it got me thinking... If Paul or Ricky doesn't sign up for a tournament on time, should they be allowed to cut in front of everyone on the waitlist due to their status?  What do the rules say about waitlists and how TD's should handle them?   What are some ways to practice hitting your lines? I have a tournament coming up that has some extremely tight gaps to hit, and I want to be sure I can hit them with more than just luck. I can practice aiming for a target or throwing between some objects, but that usually just shows me that I CAN hit the line and that I can be FAR from the line. I want a practice session to actually help me dial in my accuracy. Besides just trying to hit a target line, what are some ways I can help reinforce the good throws and start minimizing the errant shots? I would like to be able to come away from a practice session at least a little more accurate than when I started.   I’ve been playing for a few years and though I take the sport seriously I'd classify myself as a rec player. While I’ve improved in other areas, my distance has plateaued at 300 ft. I have a good grasp of what I need to do to improve, I simply struggle to implement it. This is mostly due to the limited time I have to work on my form. Hearing all of you talk about your own skill sets got me thinking. As a thought experiment, if someone like Bobby decided to dedicate more time to increasing distance and worked with Eric or Danny to do it, what do you think his ceiling might be with six months of work? Is 400 ft beyond reach? I’m aware Bobby is happy with where he is, I’m just curious what you think is possible for a player with similar skills. Also, as a suggestion for future videos, it would be interesting to see Danny work with someone overtime at the rec level. This would give viewers the chance to see a player develop by implementing the fundamentals taught in other videos.   If you have a tournament to play and circumstances prevent a practice round, how do you recommend you play? I am an intermediate golfer so I'm not looking to birdie anything but wonder how aggressive I can be and still play well.   I've been really working on my forehand, and am wondering if it's better to just throw my bag, or a few similar flying discs so I can see how I'm doing with release angle etc, or is there another way I'm not thinking of?   I have a SE Guard and I love it the only down fall i have with it is how deep the rim is. Am i legally able to shave the rim down on a mill and use it in a tournament? If not is their a similar disc to the guard only with a shallower rim?   Imagine a hole with two baskets, a short and a long one. While playing a tournament my card played to the short basket. 2 of the players putted out and finished the hole but before the rest of us made our final putts we hear the group in front of us hollering that we are supposed to play to the long basket. In this scenario what would you do? Since half the card has already finished the hole would you keep playing to the short basket and take a penalty or start throwing to the long basket and just penalize the players who already finished the hole? Luckily this wasn't a sanctioned tournament and the TD allowed us to replay the hole.   HeckleGuy was our SkipAce winner for the week!
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Nasticus Natemazeae

enjoy your show, about Eric and the headphone thing I must pipe in just to call him out for being as idiotic/asshole as the folks he's complaining about... paying attention and staying engaged properly with the group and having headphones are two separate issues. Don't police basic freedoms that dont interfere with you... police the true offenders dont punish everyone with bullshit policies.

Feb 16th
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Ryan Wagoner

Worst attempt at a non-commercial, commercial I have ever heard regarding the app. Other than that, I love you guys but the app thing sucks.

Jun 6th
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peg_leggin&hard_drinkin

love the show ! Team Avair though!!!

Jan 3rd
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STRIFER XL

this helpet me

Apr 23rd
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Reginald Rowe

Go Dawgs

Jan 3rd
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Jaysbfatt Greeney

This pod cast has helped improve my game tremendously. If your a newbie THIS WILL HELP YOU PUT A LIL EXTRA ONION ON YOUR THROW! IF your a vet you can still get a few QUICK TIPS that can improve your score.

Nov 20th
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Brian Richards

Good show. Great tips, fun & funny atmosphere! Little editing makes it feel more conversational. If you like disc golf and talking about disc golf, this is pretty cool. They did recently add commercials and not a fast paced show, but I really like it

Oct 23rd
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